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Red-Leaf Hibiscus plant (panama red) - edible leaves and flowers my mom bought this for me, as a present on my Masters graduation.

Cranberry hibiscus, another gorgeous, nutritious edible Hibiscus, foliage reddish, vitamin C, B-2 and B-3, antioxidants, iron, calcium, lowers blood pressure, and more.

Abelmoschus manihot - Sunset Hibiscus Gorgeous edible, zones 7-10, leaves very nutritious. Sheltered from winter winds, tender perennial

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Rose Mallow (hibiscus spp.), particularly Heartleaf Rosemallow [hibiscus martianus] - Edible plant (flowers dried, raw or tea; young leaves raw or cooked; seeds roasted; tender seed pods cooked; roots diced and roasted).

Rosella Hibiscus sabdariffa. Food: the fleshy calyx is used in salads, jellies, cranberry-like sauces, jam and cordial, syrups and wine. Dried the red calyx is used for tea. The tea is very similar in flavour to rose-hips and high in vitamin C. Seeds are roasted and ground into flour. Young leaves can be steamed or stir-fried and are known as Red Sorrel in the Pacific.. Suitable sub tropical & tropical climates